Week of April 28 , 2017
In Roxbury Township Public Schools, our students and schools are involved with more than just academics. They are active members of the community who give their time and efforts to important causes. Check out all the upcoming events happening throughout Roxbury in the coming weeks.

Roxbury Reminders:
  • DISTRICT CALENDAR UPDATE - The district has now used four (4) snow days. Tuesday, May 30th is now a school day. Click here to view the district calendar.

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2017/2018 Roxbury Schools Budget Presentation

Superintendent Loretta Radulic and Business Administrator Patricia Wilson presented on 2017/2018 budget at Monday night's Board of Education meeting. The resolution for the approval of 2017/2018 budget was passed on that agenda.

Click here to  access our 2017/2018 User Friendly Budget and Public Budget Presentation offered at the April 24, 2017 Board of Education meeting.

2018/2019 Calendar Update
Loretta Radulic, Roxbury Superintendent of Schools t hanks the Roxbury staff, families and community for sharing their feedback regarding the 2018/2019 School Calendar survey. Your time and the viewpoints you relayed are appreciated.  Please know that our administration is currently using your responses to help construct a new draft of our 2018/2019 school calendar. This new draft will have the school year beginning for staff and students in September after Labor Day. We look forward to presenting this updated draft at an upcoming Board of Education meeting for approval.  Thank you again for helping us plan a calendar that works best for our school community.

Roxbury Hosts the 'Festival of the Arts' on May 17th
Roxbury High School invites the community to its annual Festival of the Arts on Wednesday, May 17th from 6-8 p.m. at Roxbury High School. The Performing Arts department will feature Dance and Broadway Theatre and a concert by the Eisenhower Middle School students, refreshments will be made and served by the Family and Consumer Science classes, and the Industrial Arts department will display woodworking, computer arts and drafting, CAD and 3-D design. Admission is free to all.
Lala Abaddon is this year's theme and will personally be at the Festival of the Arts. She has been working with the Photography II classes on a weaving project similar to the work she makes. She is also working with the rest of the art department students in preparation for the Festival to make an installation.

Click here to read more about this upcoming event and our artist-in-residence!

Roxbury School Board Recognized as Master Board Members
At a recent meeting of the Morris County School Boards Association, the Roxbury Township Board of Education was presented with a plaque of recognition of the board earning recertification as a Master Board.
Board President Leo Coakley was also recognized as a Master Board Member. The Roxbury Board of Education is one of four in the county recognized for recertification as a Master Board.

New Jersey School Boards Association offers a variety of certification programs for board members throughout the state who wish to take their training to a higher level. Master Board Member status (MBM) is awarded to members who have participated in further education. Candidates must have completed and achieved requirements for Certificated Board Member (CBM) before embarking on the requirements to be awarded Master Board Member status. 

Click here to read more about this recognition.

RHS Earns Jostens National Yearbook Design Recognition
Roxbury High School's yearbook, Forever Blue & Gold, has been recognized for excellence and featured in the 2017 Jostens Look Book, celebrating the best-of-the-best in yearbook design and coverage. The Jostens Look Book is a collection of spreads and photos from outstanding yearbooks and their creative themes, cool covers, dazzling designs, relevant coverage, storytelling copy and action-packed photography. Along with design excellence, the annually published Look Book honors the important role well-crafted yearbooks play in helping schools chronicle the experiences, stories, and achievements most relevant to students and that academic year.

The Forever Blue & Gold yearbook and Roxbury High School were one of only 418 yearbooks selected from approximately 3,000. The 2017 panel of judges, comprised of nationally recognized scholastic journalism professionals and award-winning yearbook advisers, selected the best examples of yearbook spreads and covers to make up the 296-page 2017 Look Book.

Click here to read more about this award.

Joe Koch Nominated for Newell National Athletic Trainer of the Year
Roxbury High School's Joe Koch has been nominated for the prestigous Newell National AthleticTrainer of the Year Award! The award recognizes athletic trainers for the service and leadership they provide local athletic communities.  Based on examples of service, leadership, and shared experiences from community members, The Newell Award National Athletic Trainer of the Year will be determined by The Newell Award National Committee and announced in May 2017.

The winner of The Newell National Athletic Trainer of the Year Award will win $2,500 for their school and $10,000 as the National Award recipient. Please help support Joe by voting at the following link:

Good Behavior at Kennedy School Puts You In the Zone
A dozen or so students from Kennedy Elementary School were rewarded before spring break with a special trip to In the Zone in Flanders. 

"Our students worked hard over the last two months by practicing making good choices at school, following the school rules, being respectful to their peers and teachers, and by showing that they are responsible when it comes to turning in assignments. Coach Taylor from In the Zone generously donated his time to reward our students with this trip," shared Dana Musial, a teacher at Kennedy School.  Click here to read more!

Board of Education Set to Honor Teachers of the Year
Roxbury Township Public Schools, a K-12 district preparing the children of today for tomorrow, will recognize its 2016/2017 Teachers of the Year at the Monday, May 8th Board of Education meeting at 7:30 p.m. in the Lincoln/Roosevelt School Auditorium at 34 North Hillside Avenue in Succasunna.

Community members, parents, students, and staff are invited to join the Board in their recognition of these individuals. 

EMS Staff Dresses Down for Autism Awareness
April is National Autism Awareness Month and the Eisenhower Middle School Student Council and the students in the school having been building awareness about autism and sharing facts on the homeroom announcements.
The EMS staff also wanted to take part in spreading awareness and more than half participated in a dress down fundraiser on April 25th to support New Jersey's autism community. The staff raised almost two hundred dollars, all of which will be donated to the Autism of NJ Ambassador Program.  Click here to read more about this program.

Instrument Test Drive Invitation for Roxbury 4th Graders and their Families
The Roxbury High School Instrumental Music department will be holding a Roxbury Instrument Test Drive for all 4th grade students.  This event is designed as an "open house" style - come and visit any time that is convenient for you and your family between 4-7 p.m. in the Roxbury High School cafeteria on Wednesday, May 24th. 

Our goal at the Instrument Test Drive is to expose your child to the instruments that are available next year and your child will have the opportunity to play each one.  Students will also meet our district instrumental music teachers along with several Roxbury band and orchestra students.

If you and your child cannot attend the Instrument Test Drive, information regarding signups and instrument requests will be communicated through your child's general music teacher. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.  Click here to read more about this Instrument Test Drive Event!

RHS Performing Arts Spring Masterworks Choral Concert - May 5th

The Roxbury High School Performing Arts department invites you to the Spring Choral Masterworks Concert taking place in the RHS Auditorium on Friday, May 5th at 7 p.m. The students are doing a great job, and we would be thrilled to see you in the audience. T hanks for your continued support.

Click here to view the flyer.

Franklin School Practices Emergency Drills
Franklin Elementary School practiced its Evacuation and Reverse Evacuation Drill on Friday, April 28th. With the weather finally warming up, other district schools also carried out their monthly drills today.
The Evacuation portion of the drill trains the students and staff to evacuate the building in a safe and orderly fashion to a safe location in approximately three minutes. 

Newly appointed principal, Lisa Ferrare with the assistance of Jim Simonetti, Roxbury's Director of Security announced that the Evacuation and Reverse Evacuation drills would be taking place.

Click here to read more about these security measures.

Franklin School Thinks Green in Time for Earth Day

Just in time for Earth Day, Franklin Elementary School won a classroom party through a nationwide recycling contest, "Entenmann's Little Bites: Make the Pledge Promotion", an Earth Month program in partnership with New Jersey-based TerraCycle.
The school pledged to help the environment by reducing waste. One school was randomly selected as the sweepstakes winner of the promotion.
Franklin was eligible for this prize due to their recycling efforts, including a recycling corner which makes receptacles both accessible and eye-catching while encouraging people to think green.

Click here to read more about this initiative.

Nixon's Husky Garden in Full Bloom 

Students in the Roxbury Township Public Schools are making the schools a little more beautiful, one bulb at a time. Kids at Nixon School planted bulbs last fall and they are now in full bloom! 

Picture courtesy of Gillian Hargreaves, Nixon Parent

EMS Performing Arts Production of Aladdin Jr.

The Performing Arts Department at Eisenhower Middle School put on its spring musical of 
Aladdin Jr.
 earlier this month. 

For those of you who missed this great performance, here's your chance to check out a clip from the show!

Click here to view a Whole New World on our YouTube page!
Roxbury Baseball Updates:
Roxbury Baseball Gets Back to Winning
The Roxbury High School baseball team, having lost two in a row before Saturday's game against Warren Hills, righted the ship and got back to winning.

The Gaels defeated Warren Hills 4-1, a victory that brings their record to 5-2. The team allowed the only run to take place in the fifth inning. It had jumped to an early lead with one run in the first inning but solidified its chances with three more in the fifth. 

On Friday, the team lost its second in a row, falling 3-2 against Bayonne in a close contest. That loss followed a 0-1 loss to Pope John XXIII on April 12.

Click here to read this coverage from Tap Into Roxbury.

Bridgewater-Raritan (3) at Roxbury (2) - Baseball - April 17th
George Kallimanis went 1-for-3 with one double, one RBI and one run on a steal to home in the seventh inning as Bridgewater-Raritan, No. 20 in the Top 20, defeated No. 17 Roxbury, 3-2, in Succasunna.  Brian Cooper went 1-for-3 with one run and pitched six innings, allowing five hits, with one strikeouts and two walks for Bridgewater-Raritan, which had a total of nine hits and scored all three runs in the top of the seventh inning to get the victory. Regan Goldberg went 2-for-3 with one RBI while Nick Costanzo went 2-for-3 with one run.  Jared Schimenti went 1-for-3 with one RBI while Thomas Darling went 1-for-2 with one double and one run for Roxbury. Nick Danna pitched 6 2/3 innings, allowing eight hits, with four strikeouts and no walks while Andy Axelson added one run.  Click here to read this coverage in

Roxbury (0) at Seton Hall Prep (4) - Baseball - April 20th
Senior right-hander Jamil Vanheyningen (2-1) allowed two hits over six innings with no earned runs, no walks, and nine strikeouts and Ryan Hebert added two hits, including a key two-run double in the fourth inning, to lead Seton Hall Prep, No. 4 in the Top 20, to a 4-0 victory over Roxbury in West Orange.  Steven Sgaramella pitched a scoreless seventh inning with one strikeout for Seton Hall Prep.  Nick Maldonado had a RBI-sacrfice fly in the first inning and Nick Diaz added an RBI-single in the fifth inning for Seton Hall Prep.  Michael Roumes had a double for Roxbury. Click here to read this coverage in

Roxbury Scrapes by Rival No. 17 Randolph in Pitchers' Duel
Round one of the rivalry belongs to  Roxbury Thanks to some timely hits and efficient pitching, Roxbury walked away a 2-1 winner after this season's first showdown with  Randolph , No. 18 in the Top 20, on Monday afternoon.  On top of bragging rights, the win gives Roxbury a 1 1/2-game cushion atop the NJAC National Division standings. Click here to read more game details from

PHOTO CREDIT: George McNish | For NJ Advance Media

Click here to read additional game coverage from the Roxbury Register.

Roxbury Baseball Comes Back in Third, Defeats West Morris Central
The Roxbury High School baseball team defeated West Morris Central 11-9 on Wednesday, rallying in the third inning after the Wolfpack had gained a 7-3 lead.  In that inning, Roxbury banged out five runs that, added to the three it scored in the first inning from walks and infield errors, put the Gaels on top 8-7.

Coming into the third inning with a good lead, West Morris failed to capitalize. Roxbury took the opposite approach, with singles by Andy Axelson and Dan Hankowski and a hard hit by Will Findlay, whose grounder to third was too hot to handle for the Wolfpack player, allowing two more Roxbury runners to cross the plate.  In the lead going into the fourth inning, the Gaels loaded the bases with walks and a double by Brian Dachowski. Then, Michael Roumes smashed a bases-clearing triple line-drive over third bringing the score to 11-3 where it stayed until the game ended.  The victory brings Roxbury's record to 9-4. Click here to read this game coverage in Tap Into Roxbury.

West Morris (9) at Roxbury (11) - Baseball - April 26th
Michael Roumes hit a two-RBI, go-ahead triple to lift Roxbury over West Morris, 11-9, in Succasunna.  Roumes drove in Thomas Darling and Brian Dachowski and then scored an insurance run on Tucker Voelbel's sacrifice fly. Will Findlay earned the win by striking out three and walking one over two innings of relief, and then Roumes picked up the save with three scoreless relief innings.  For West Morris, Mike Derosa went 3-for-4 with 3 runs scored. Click here to read this game coverage from

Roxbury Softball Updates:
Jefferson (7) at Roxbury (3) - Softball - April 13th
lyson Hine went 2-for-4 with a home run, two runs scored and two RBI to lead Jefferson to a 7-3 win over Roxbury in Succasunna.  Carly Wurster was 3-for-4 with a run scored for Jefferson, which shot out to a 5-0 lead after three innings and never looked back. Kailyn Kerr had a home run and three RBI, while Kylee Hine went 2-for-4. Winning pitcher Alexa Pettit struck out four over 5 1/3 innings, allowing one run, six hits and a walk.  Emily Song had three RBI and two runs as she and Natalie Decena contributed two hits apiece for Roxbury.  Click here to read this coverage from

Parsippany Hills (4) at Roxbury (3) - Softball - April 18th
Jaclyn Carifi went 2-for-3 and hit a solo homer to lead Parsippany Hills to a 4-3 win over Roxbury in Succasunna.  Hannah Ververs and Kaila Rosamilia both picked up a hit and an RBI for Parsippany Hills.  Hailey Womer hit a solo homer for Roxbury while Emily Song struck out 12. Click here to read this coverage in

Hackettstown (3) at Roxbury (6) - Softball - April 20th
Natalie Decena hit a walk-off three-run home run to lead Roxbury to a 6-3 win over Hackettstown in Succasunna.  Roxbury led, 3-2 going into the seventh, before Molly O'Brien hit an RBI triple to tie the game for Hackettstown.  Decena went 2-for-4 with four RBI and a double, while Emily Song went 2-for-3 with a double and an RBI for Roxbury. Kayla Corrente gave up three runs (two earned) on six hits, struck out eight, and walked four over seven innings to earn the win.  Alivia Duran singled and drove in a run for Hackettstown. Click here to read this coverage in

Morris Tech (0) at Roxbury (8), Morris County Tournament, Preliminary Round - Softball - April 22nd
Emily Song pitched a two-hitter with no walks and 14 strikeouts and Hailey Womer had two hits with a home run, four RBI, and a run scored to lead 12th-seeded Roxbury to an 8-0 victory over 21st-seeded Morris Tech in the preliminary round of the Morris County Tournament in Succasunna.  Roxbury advanced to the first round and will visit fifth-seeded Hanover Park on Tuesday, April 25 at 4 p.m.  Shannon Foote had three singles with two runs scored, Natalie Decena had a two-run single with a run scored, and Madison Amdur and Vanessa Dash each had an RBI-single apiece for Roxbury, which led 5-0 after two innings. Click here to read this coverage in

Roxbury (3) at Randolph (9) - Softball - April 24th
Michelle McMillan went 2-for-2 with two homers and four RBI to lead Randolph to a 9-3 win over Roxbury in Randolph.  Kristen Lindquist tallied two hits and two RBI for Randolph while Oliva Meyers hit three singles.  Madison Amdur and Amanda Blanchard both tallied a hit for Roxbury. Click here to read this coverage in

Roxbury Boys Lacrosse Updates:
Roxbury Lacrosse Makes History: Beats West Morris
A jubilant Roxbury High School boys lacrosse team on Saturday did something that's proven to be impossible in the past: It beat West Morris Central.

Not only did the Gaels defeat the Wolfpack, but they did it convincingly - with an 8-4 pounding. Both Eric D'Arminio and Paul Shadel scored three goals during the game. The other two were hurled by Dave Biank, who also made two assists.

The game was a big one for Shadel, a senior, who used the occasion to score his 100th career goal.

Roxbury goaltender Wayne Safreed made 13 saves.  The Gaels scored in all four periods and their defenders prevented West Morris from scoring in all but the second. With the win, Roxbury goes t o 5-1. 

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Mount Olive (4) at Roxbury (15) - Boys Lacrosse - April 18th
Dave Bank scored four goals with an assist for Roxbury to win 15-4 over Mount Olive in Roxbury.  Eric D'Arminino scored three goals while Ben Palanchi and Zach Poissant added two goals each for Roxbury. Matt Dancsecs scored two goals with four assists. Wayne Safreed finished with 10 saves.  Jackson Tilves scored three goals for Mount Olive. Click here to read this coverage in

Roxbury (11) at Montville (1) - Boys Lacrosse - April 20th
Eric D'Arminio scored three goals with two assists and Matt Dancsecs added three goals with two assists to power Roxbury to a 11-1 victory over Montville in Montville.  Anthony Perhacs added two goals and Paul Shadel added a goal with two assists for Roxbury, which led 9-1 at halftime.  Dave Biank posted one goal with two assists, Zach Poissant added a score, and Wayne Safreed made 10 saves for Roxbury.  Jake Garb scored off an assist from Matt Hingle in the first period for Montville. Click here to read this coverage in

Roxbury Boys Lacrosse Flattens Jefferson
The Roxbury High School boys lacrosse team whipped its counterparts from Jefferson on Saturday with a 13-1 blowout.  Playing in chilly dampness, the Gaels dominated the Falcons in all four periods. Jefferson's only goal came in the first period, when Roxbury shooters found success three times.

It was a 3-goal game for three Gaels: Dave Biank, Eric D'Arminio and Paul Shadel. Biank also had two assists, D'Arminio had one and Shadel had three.  Single goals were landed by Connor Mahoney, Anthony Perhacs, Zach Poissant and Owen Tarnowski. Matt Dancsecs contributed to the victory by notching three assists.  Roxbury goaltender Wayne Safreed made seven saves. Fellow goalie Brandon Maresca blocked three Jefferson shots.  Click here to read this coverage in Tap Into Roxbury.

Jefferson (1) at Roxbury (13) - Boys Lacrosse - April 22nd
Paul Shadel had three goals and three assists to lead Roxbury to a 13-1 win over Jefferson in Succasunna.  Dave Biank had a hat trick and two assists, while Eric D'Aerminio had three goals and an assist for Roxbury. Matt Dancsecs had three assists in the win. Click here to read this coverage from

Roxbury Boys Lacrosse Rains Goals on Morristown-Beard
Heavy rainfall that was, at times, blowing sideways didn't stop the Roxbury High School boys lacrosse team from enjoying a very bright day Tuesday when the Gaels - for the first time in recent history - beat Morristown-Beard.
Enduring the chilly, wind-blown precipitation, Roxbury's offense rained down goals on its opponents in all four periods, winning the contest 14-5. Earlier in the week, the Gaels received news of another first: They are ranked in the top 20 teams in New Jersey. 

The Gaels' aggressive defense forced the Crimson to give up the ball many times during Tuesday's game. That gave the Roxbury offense many opportunities to score, including the making of six goals in the first quarter.  Gaels goalkeeper Wayne Safreed had another outstanding game allowing only five goals by the usually high scoring Crimson team. He blocked 13 shots.  Matt Dancsecs was Roxbury's high-scorer, making five goals and three assists. Paul Shadel made three goals, Eric D'Arminio and Anthony Perhacs each scored two, Dave Biank and Ben Palanchi scored one each.  Roxbury, now 9-1.

Click here to read this coverage in Tap Into Roxbury.

Morristown-Beard (5) at Roxbury (14) - Boys Lacrosse - April 25th
Matt Dancsecs scored five goals and had three assists as Roxbury, No. 20 in the Top 20, defeated Morristown-Beard, 14-5, in Succasunna. Paul Shadel netted three goals and Eric D'Arminio had two goals and one assist for Roxbury, which outscored its opponent, 6-1, in the first quarter before taking a 8-4 lead at the half. Anthony Perhacs scored two goals and Wayne Safreed recorded 13 saves. Dave Biank and Ben Palanchi added one goal apiece. Connor Morin had three goals and one assist while Jay Goldy and Nick Kapsimalis netted one goal apiece for Morristown-Beard. Garrett Ryon recorded 15 saves. Click here to read this coverage in

Roxbury Girls Lacrosse Updates:
Roxbury (7) at Mount Olive (5) - Girls Lacrosse - April 13th
Emily Koepfler had four goals and an assist to lead Roxbury 7-5 past Mount Olive in Mount Olive.  Emma Karnitsky added a goal and an two assists for Roxbury. Mia Sadowski and Hannah Bhend chipped in a goal apiece. 

Mt. Olive scored two goals in the final three minutes. Gina Verrone led Mount Olive with four points, scoring two goals with two assists. Alyssa Niedjiecki, Devon Hallihan and Dayln Nicoletti all scored a goal for Mount Olive.

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New Providence (4) at Roxbury (5) - Girls Lacrosse - April 18th
Emma Karnitsky scored three goals, including a late go-ahead goal, to lead Roxbury to a 5-4 come from behind victory over New Providence in Succasunna.  Two late first period goals helped New Providence take a 4-2 lead into halftime. Roxbury rallied back by outscoring New Providence 3-0 in the second half, and the go-ahead goal came from Karnitsky with just over seven minutes remaining in regulation.  Sarah Zeto recorded 19 saves in net for New Providence, while Kaitlyn Cumiskey tallied a hat trick. Click here to read this coverage in

Roxbury Girls Lacrosse Outshoots Pequannock
An offensive battle on Friday ended with a win for the Roxbury High School girls lacrosse team as it beat Pequannock 12-7.  Emily Koepfler scored half of those points. Her effort was aided by Emma Karnitsky, who scored two goals, Mia Sadowski, who scored two and made two assists, Grace Monaghan, who scored one goal and Kendall Torpin, who also had a goal.  Gaels goaltender Natalie Shulkowski made nine saves. Pequannock's goalie, Jenny Soriero, blocked nine of Roxbury's shots.  The team, now 6-2. Click here to read this coverage from Tap Into Roxbury.

Roxbury (12) at Pequannock (7) - Girls Lacrosse - April 21st
Emily Koepfler tallied a game-high six goals and Mia Sadowski added two goals with two assists to power Roxbury to a 12-7 victory over Pequannock in Pequannock.  Koepfler now has 97 career goals.  Emma Karnitsky had two goals, Kendal Torpin and Grace Monaghan each added one goal apiece, and Natalie Shulkowski made nine saves for Roxbury, which used five straight goals in the first seven minutes of the second half to take an 11-4 lead.  Brielle Peters had three goals, Sara Horgan added two, and Samantha Murphy posted a goal with two assists to pace Pequannock.  Lexi Robinson posted one goal and Jenny Soriero had seven saves in the loss. Click here to read this coverage in

Roxbury Girls Lacrosse Trounces Pope John
The Roxbury High School girls lacrosse team weathered chilly, rainy weather Tuesday for a decisive 13-6 win over Pope John XXIII.

The victory, in which Emily Koepfler scored four goals - including her 100 th career goal - also saw Emma Karnitsky make four goals and two assists. Another reason for the Gaels to celebrate: Melissa Murphy scored her first varsity goal.  Roxbury dominated the Lions in both halves, scoring seven goals in the first and six in the second. Pope John managed three goals in each half.

During the game, which improved Roxbury's record to 7-2, Sadie Wilson scored twice and had two assists. Mia Sadowski and Emily Stanich each scored goals as well.  Roxbury goaltender Natalie Shulkowski made four saves.

Click here to read this coverage and see more game photos from Tap Into Roxbury.

Pope John (6) at Roxbury (13) - Girls Lacrosse - April 25th
Emma Karnitsky and Emily Koepfler each had four goals to help Roxbury top Pope John, 13-6, in Succasunna.  One of Koepfler's goals was the 100th of her career. Sadie Wilson put up two goals and two assists in the win while Melissa Murphy, Mia Sadowski and Emily Stanich each had a goal of their own. Roxbury jumped out to a 7-3 lead by halftime and pulled away with six more goals in the second half.  Emma Valiante led Pope John with three goals and Maria Oliva added a goal and two assists. Click here to read this game coverage from

Roxbury High School Boys Golf
Roxbury Golf Team Takes Fourth in County Championship Tourney
The Roxbury High School boys golf team on Wednesday finished fourth in the Morris County Golf Championship. 

The team shot a four-man total of 321 during the competition at Flanders Valley Golf. The team was only four shots away from finishing second in the championship. 

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Top ten medalists Tom Fleming and Will Fulton show off their prizes
Don't Throw It Away...National Honor Society Clothing Drive
Donate and support the National Honor Society by donating to its used clothing drive on May 12-13 at Roxbury High School. Click here to view the flyer and for a list of items that can be donated.

Let's Bring France to Roxbury...
By being a part of a summer host program that offers French teens the opportunity to experience the American Way of Life. The French students will be coming to the area August 3-24th. 

If your family is interested in hosting, please contact Jen Wilkerson at for more information.

The Gael Chronicles - April/May 2017 Edition

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Project Graduation - Donations Needed
Roxbury High School Project Graduation is in need of donations for the virtual raffle baskets. If Project Graduation money is used to purchase these items, this takes away from activities offered at Project Graduation. If willing to donate please contact Nancy Bottona at  862-219-0077  or email  for a listing of available basket categories. We need these items by May 10th so please reach out by May 5th.  We're also looking for items for door prizes (gift cards, items for cars/college, re-gifted items a teen would like - $10 value.)  Questions? Contact Nancy Bottona.

Project Graduation 'Virtual Tricky Tray' Tickets on Sale Now - May 10, 2017

The Project Graduation Virtual 'Tricky Tray' Raffle will be held during the May 10th Project Graduation meeting.

Virtual Tricky Tray Raffle Tickets are now available at $10 per ticket. 

Winner need not be present to win.

Click here to download the Virtual Tricky Tray form to buy your tickets today!

RHS Ice Hockey Shred Event - May 13, 2017

Come support Roxbury HS Ice Hockey at their annual document shred event on Saturday, May 13th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Horseshoe Lake. Bring your secure documents that you need shredded and donate to the team. This event is sponsored by the Roxbury High School Ice Hockey Booster Association.

Click here to view this event flyer.

RHS Boys Soccer Meet & Greet - May 15, 2017
The Roxbury High School Boys Soccer Association Inc. invites upcoming current 8th graders to our soccer program. We are having a Meet and Greet Meeting for all upcoming freshmen and new players on Monday, May 15, 2017 @ 7PM in the Roxbury High School Cafeteria.

At this meeting, you will meet with the varsity coach and board members. This is a very informative meeting which will go over details about what the coaches expect from the players and any additional programs that are offered on the off-season. The board will go over membership and fundraising that is expected for the upcoming season. Also, the boys will have the opportunity to meet upperclassmen and ask them questions about their experience on the team.

We look forward to seeing you so please join us for this meeting!

Spring Community Blood Drive at Jefferson School - May 18, 2017
Come to Jefferson Elementary School on Thursday, May 18th from 1:30-7:30 p.m. and help save a life by donating blood. To make an appointment and for more information, click here . Our group code is 61129. 

Community Walk-Ins Welcome! Please remember to eat, drink, and bring ID!

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Nixon PTA Book Swap
Nixon Elementary PTA needs your CHAPTER BOOKS! They run a monthly Book Swap for all grades, but are in need of books for grades 3 and 4 (ages 9-11). This is a great way to declutter and help our next generation fall in love with reading!

If you have books to pass on to eager readers, this is your chance! Drop off in the Main Office OR we are happy to pick up -- just email Thank you!

RHS Athletic Events Calendar
Click here for the most up-to-date calendar of Roxbury High School sporting events.

Roxbury Collects  Box Tops for Education
Roxbury Township Public Schools are continuously collecting "Box Tops for Education" at our K-8 schools.  This is an easy, practically effortless way to raise funds for our schools by purchasing items you buy all the time.

Clipped box tops can be sent to any of our K-8 schools district-wide. School addresses can be found on our website at

RHS Preschool Program Now Accepting 2017/2018 Enrollments
Registrations are now being accepted for the 2017/2018 preschool programs at Roxbury High School. If you are interested in the three-year-old program, please contact . For the four-year-old program, please contact .

Roxbury Alumni News

RHS to Host Annual Athletic Hall of Fame Dinner on May 6; Honorees Announced
Six accomplished athletes, one distinguished coach, and a state championship team will be inducted as the fourth class into the Roxbury High School Hall of Fame on Saturday, May 6th at Roxbury High School.
Representing the class of 1967 is state championship wrestler, Bruce Canfield. Representing the class of 1979 is All-State lineman and Rutgers University captain, Richard Spitzer. Representing the class of 1994 is the all-time single season soccer scoring record holder, Michael Distefano. Representing the class of 1998 is the All-State pitcher who was drafted by the Detroit Tigers, Corey Hamman. Representing the class of 2005 is the all-time leading scorer in the girls' soccer program history and two-time All-State player, Erica Peschken. Representing the class of 2009 is one of the most decorated athletes in girls' track history and a two-time college All-American at Villanova University, Ariann Neutts.
Coach Frank Dekmar, who led the Lady Gaels basketball team to 324 victories, the most in program history, and two Iron Hills Conference Iron Division Championships will also be inducted.
The 1992 Group IV State Championship softball team, the first Roxbury sports team to ever win a state championship on the field, will round out the 2017 class of Hall of Fame inductees.
The induction dinner and program will take place in the cafeteria at Roxbury High School. Tickets to attend this event are still available and can be purchased online at  or through the athletic department at 973-584-1200 x.1230.

Click here to read more about this year's inductees!

Roxbury Alumni Association is Looking for Board of Directors
The Roxbury Alumni Association is looking to expand its current board of directors. They are looking for energetic alum interested in getting involved with Alumni Association and to add new members to its board. Interested individuals should reach out to Mr. Charlie Alpaugh the president of the association at 973-584-8805.

The Roxbury Alumni Association was established in the early 1900s and formally incorporated in 1968. Every year the Alumni Association provides a scholarship to a graduating senior. The association also purchases a Echo yearbook and donates it to the Roxbury Township Library for its archive.  Membership is only $10 and with your gift, you directly support the ability for the Alumni Association to continue giving a RHS grad a scholarship. You are also supporting the association as it develops new programs and events for you to enjoy.

RHS Alumni Reunion Calendar
Are you planning a class reunion or get together or do you have a reunion coming up and want to see if anything is planned? Then click here to check out the Roxbury High School Reunion Calendar!

Find Us on Facebook too at "Roxbury High School Alumni Association"
Roxbury Employment Opportunities

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Information from Roxbury Township and Local Organizations
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Click here for the latest edition of the Township's "Monthly What's Happening E-Newsletter" filled with upcoming district, township, and recreation events for all ages!

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Neighborhood Meeting with Roxbury Town Council - May 2, 2017
Meet with your elected officials and ask questions in an informal atmosphere on May 2nd at the Roxbury Fire House #3 at 271 Berkshire Valley Road in Wharton.  Click here  to view the flyer of this event.

Great Response for Upcoming Layups 4 Life Basketball Tournament in Roxbury
The upcoming  Layups 4 Life basketball tournament  in Roxbury is on track to raise more money than ever for cancer research, according to its founder.

So far, more than 30 teams signed-up and registered to play in the 3-on-3 tournament taking place April 29 at Roxbury High School, said Dan Exter, who created the tournament in 2015. The event raises money to help fund cancer research at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC), the facility that successfully treated Exter, a Roxbury High School graduate, when he was diagnosed with leukemia in 2013.

"As of today we have raised over $14,000," Exter said in an email on April 23. "We are on track to raise $15,000 by event day, which would be an all-time fundraising high leading into our 3v3 tournament."

Click here to read to more information about this upcoming tournament from Tap Into Roxbury.

Lake Hopatcong Foundation Offers $1,000 Scholarships
Graduating seniors with a Lake Hopatcong connection can win $1,000 scholarships.  According to the non-profit  Lake Hopatcong Foundation , love of Lake Hopatcong can net two graduating high school seniors $1,000 each, as the deadline approaches for the Lake Hopatcong Foundation's 2017 scholarship program.

The $1,000 scholarships will be awarded in two categories, each of which relates to the work of the foundation and its mission. The two categories are: The Lake Environment and The Lake Experience.

The scholarships will be a one-time gift, given to a senior in high school who is a resident (year-round or seasonal) of one of the four towns that surround Lake Hopatcong, including Roxbury, Mount Arlington, Jefferson Township and Hopatcong.

The deadline for applications to be submitted is Monday, May 1. Applications can be downloaded at

Click here to read more about this scholarship opportunity from the Roxbury Register.

Lake Hopatcong Block Party Just Around Corner
The Lake Hopatcong Foundation Block Party is just five weeks away. This must-attend event celebrates New Jersey's largest lake: From recreation and leisure to business and everyday living.

The fourth-annual event, to be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on May 13, rain or shine, at Hopatcong State Park, will bring together businesses, community groups, craft vendors, food trucks and local restaurants.

There will be a children's area, demonstrations, bands and opportunities to have a short boat ride provided by Bridge Marina and Lake Hopatcong Cruises. Limited parking is available at the Hopatcong State Park with a suggested donation of $6. Free, offsite parking is located in nearby lots with free shuttle services to and from the park. 

Each zone of the Block Party will host many vendors where attendees can browse unique gift items (just in time for Mother's Day) as well as food, services, products and learn about the missions of non-profit organizations.

Click here to read more about this upcoming Block Party from Tap Into Roxbury.

Grants Available for Recreation Trails through Morris County Freeholders
Some $800,000 in grants for recreational trails will be available to Morris County's 39 municipalities through the 2017  Morris County Trail Construction Grant Program, which now is kicking off its application process.

Letters of intent from interested towns are due by 4 p.m. Thursday, June 1 and formal applications are due by 4 p.m. Friday, June 30. Grant awards will be announced in the late fall. Workshops to review the program and educate applicants are set for Tuesday, April 25 and Thursday, May 18.

Grants are awarded annually to qualified applicants from the county's 39 towns to build new recreational trails on municipal open space, thereby enhancing recreational opportunities for all Morris County residents.  The Board of Freeholders in 2016 approved awards of $661,000 for 13 trails projects in 13 municipalities.

Click here to read more from the Roxbury Register.

Roxbury Mulls Canoe, Kayak, Paddleboard Rentals on Horseshoe Lake
Visitors to Roxbury's Horseshoe Lake Park in Succasunna would be able to navigate the picturesque pond on rented canoes, kayaks and paddleboards as soon as next month if a plan is approved by town officials.  The township has issued a request for proposals (RFP) from companies interested in renting the personal watercraft. It set a date of May 3 for replies, said Roxbury Recreation Director Keith Knudsen.

Click here to read more about this proposal from Tap Into Roxbury.

Roxbury Council Picks New Township Manager
The manager of a western Pennsylvania township was chosen this week to replace retiring Roxbury Township Manager Christopher Raths.

The newcomer, John Shepherd, will take over the township reins in late May. Shepherd, currently the manager of North Huntington Township, Pa., was selected by the Roxbury Mayor and Council at its Tuesday meeting.  He will earn the same $160,000 salary as Raths, who has served as Roxbury's manager for 16 years. 

Click here to read more about the new township manager from Tap Into Roxbury.

Community Bulletin Board
Roxbury Arts Alliance Upcoming Events
- The Music of Bobby Darin with Joe Ferrara on  May 6th at 7:00 at the Investors Bank Theater located at Horseshoe Lake, Succasunna. $25 General Admission or $20 RAA members; Tickets can be purchased at the door, by phone 862-219-1379 or at Click here for show details.

Primavera Noche - Raising the Roof for Levi Fundraiser

Join the Pray for Levi group on May 6th from 4-6 p.m. at the Roxbury Fire Station #1 for an open house buffet style of Italian food, live music, and dessert bar. Register online at 100% of funds raised goes to help the Spencer family make their home handicapped accessible. Click here to view the flyer.

4th Annual Landon Monro Baseball Tournament for SU2C
Landon Monro, Roxbury High School Freshman is holding his 4th Annual Landon Monro Baseball Tournament on Sunday, June 4th to benefit Stand Up 2 Cancer. Please consider joining this event in support of a worthy cause! Click here to view the flyer and for more information regarding this event from Landon himself!

Volunteers Needed for Annual Roxbury Community Benefit 5K Race
The Roxbury Project Graduation Committee is looking for Volunteers! High school kids welcomed also for volunteer Hours. Volunteers are get a free shirt.

The Morris County Striders Running Club is hosting their annual Roxbury Community Benefit 5K race (formerly the Merry Heart 5K) on Monday, June 12. Project Graduation receives a donation from the race for providing marshals along the race course. The job of the marshal is to keep the runners on course, to prevent neighborhood traffic during the race and to cheer the runners on!  The race starts at 7:00. Volunteers are asked to be at their location by 6:45. Volunteers will be at their location for 30 minutes to an hour.

Interested individuals should contact Kelly Segrave at

Girls on the Run - Registration is now open!
Girls on the Run is a transformational physical activity based positive youth development program for girls in 3rd-8th grade. We teach life skills through dynamic interactive lessons and running games. The program culminates with the girls being physically and emotionally prepared to complete a celebratory 5k running event. Girls meet twice a week for an hour and fifteen minutes over the course of ten weeks during our spring and fall season. Click here to view the flyer and get more information!

Residents Can 'Adopt A Road' in Roxbury Township
Roxbury's Adopt-a-Road and Adopt-a-Spot programs are looking for individuals, school groups, churches, or businesses willing to donate some time to continue to keep the township trash and litter free. 

Roxbury Announces Self-Serve Portal 24/7 Rox & Connected Roxbury NJ

Roxbury continues to deliver innovative customer service with their new self-serve on-line portal called 24/7 Rox. Now you can keep up-to-date with all the exciting news in Roxbury Township. On any day at any time, you can query property information, search and track your permit, schedule a building inspection, receive status updates, file a service request, or research any property in town. You are no longer limited to access town hall during regular business hours; Roxbury Township is open 24/7!

In addition to 24/7 Rox, we also offer another way to access our Township with our full-featured, mobile app, Connected Roxbury NJ. The app is free and available in the app store for IOS and Androids. All the information on our website is now in your hands and goes where you go. There are quick links to the Roxbury Newsletter, Online Payments, Notification Sign-Up, Agendas, Calendar and more; all at your fingertips. You can find contact information, permit requirements, meeting minutes, answers to frequently asked questions and even our municipal code books. The app can also be used to access the new 24/7 Rox portal. By fall we plan to add pet licensing; all on-line! 

Mayor Jim Rilee is very pleased Roxbury has launched these two user-friendly internet connections that provide a single source for information illustrating the Township's innovate approach to better serve the public.

24/7 Rox is accessed from our website ( and our mobile app, Connected Roxbury NJ.

We invite you to sign-up and explore why Roxbury is One Amazing Township with Six Great Communities!

Roxbury Recreation Upcoming Programs and Events!

Roxbury Recreations sports and activities are now posted

Roxbury Soccer Club PreK-8 - Online registration open to April 8th - Click here to view flyer.

Roxbury Rec Teen Travel 2017 - Registration begins Feb. 4 - Click here to view flyer.

Roxbury Rec Day Camp 2017 - Registration begins Feb. 4 - Click here to view flyer.

Roxbury Rec Playground Program - Registration begins Mar. 4th - Click here to view flyer.

Roxbury Rec Camp Capra - Registration begins Mar. 4th - Click here to view flyer.

Roxbury Rec Jr. Gaels Cheerleading - Registration is Mar. 11 - Click here to view flyer.

Roxbury Rec 3rd-4th Grades Girls Volleyball Clinic - Begins May 16th - Click here to view flyer.

Roxbury Rec 5th-6th Grades Girls Volleyball Clinic - Begins April 11th - Click here to view flyer.

Roxbury Rec 7th-8th Grades Girls Volleyball Clinic - Begins April 12th - Click here to view flyer.

Spring 2017 Gymnastics Inc. - Begins Mar. 27/28 - Click here to view flyer.

Fisherman's Lane Fishing Derby - June 3, 2017 - Click here to view flyer.

Roxbury Rec's Jr. Gaels Football 2017 - Reg. now thru June 17 - Click here to view flyer.

Roxbury Rec's Wrestling Camp - Reg. now through July - Click here to view flyer.

Boys Basketball Camp (Grades K-1) - Begins July 5th - Click here to view flyer.

Boys Basketball Camp (Grades 2-4) - Begins June 26th - Click here to view flyer.

Boys Basketball Camp (Grades 5-9) - Begins July 17th - Click here to view flyer.

Free Trees at Roxbury Rec - On May 1st - Click here to view flyer.

Boys Basketball Skill Builder & Shooting Clinic - Begins May 1st - Click here to view flyer.

Girls Basketball Skills and Drills Clinic - Begins May 15th - Click here to view flyer.

9th Annual Antique Fire Truck Show - Saturday, May13th - Click here to view flyer.

Roxbury Youth Ice Hockey 17/18 Registration - Ongoing - Click here to view flyer.
Roxbury Chamber of Commerce Upcoming Events

11th Annual Taste of Roxbury
The Roxbury Area Chamber of Commerce will host the 11th annual  Taste of Roxbury culinary event from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Monday, May 22, 2017 at the Roxbury High School.

This annual fundraising event will benefit community charities. Attendees will sample food-as much as they'd like-prepared by local restaurants.

This great evening of eating and socializing will feature great food, door prizes, music and a more! 

Tickets are $25 and must be purchased in advance and are available at the Roxbury Recreation Dept. (Succasunna), Fulton Bank (Succasunna), and online at . Participating restaurants are listed on the website.

Click here for more information regarding the Roxbury Chamber of Commerce.

Roxbury Public Library Events: 

Click here to view the Roxbury Library's upcoming Calendar of Events for adults and children.

Students, teachers, parents, and caregivers: 
The Roxbury Public Library needs your input!

Take our survey to make your voice heard and enter a drawing for a new Android tablet, courtesy of the Friends of the Library:

Upcoming Programs and Events:
- Star Wars Day - Saturday, April 29th, 10:00-1:00 - Click here to view flyer.
- Allergen Awareness - Thursday, May 4th, 10:30 a.m. - Click here to view flyer.
- Teen Advisory Board -  Tuesday, May 16th, 6:30 p.m. - Click here to view flyer.

Computer Classes 
Registration required. Classes for Roxbury cardholders only. 

- E-Resources - Learn how to download electronic books and magazines with an individualized ½ hour appointment. Appointments available Tuesdays and Fridays.

Weekly Story Times
- Crafts for Kids for ages 3 and up Tuesday 4 p.m.
- Chess Club for ages K - grade 6 Wednesday 5 p.m.
- Play Together for all ages Thursday 10:30 a.m.
- Toddler Story Time for ages 3 ½ and under Friday 10:30 a.m.
- Preschool Story Time for ages 3 ½ and up Friday 1:30 p.m.

Call the library at 973-584-2400 Ext. 501 or e-mail for general info and information on registrations or appointments as necessary for some programs.   
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Registrations are now being accepted for the 
Roxbury Community School Summer Camp Programs!

For more information about our different camp offerings for preschool through high school, please visit!
  • Accents on Dance Camps (Ages 3+)
  • Broadway Bound/Behind the Curtain (Grades 4-9)
  • Calling All Kids Summer Camp (Ages 3-5 - PreK and K)
  • Ceramics (Grades 1-8)
  • Enrichment Camp (Grades 1-8)
  • Garden Club (Grades PreK-4)
  • Kujenga Robotics and Coding (Ages 6+)
  • Leadership and Empowerment (Grades 5-9)
  • Lights, Camera, Action! Film Camp (Grades 5-11)
  • Mad Science (Grades K-6)
  • STEAM/Innovation Camps (Grades 5+)
  • Tennis Camp with Coach Harlan (Ages 5-16)
  • Tennis Camp with Coach Miller (Ages 5-18)
  • Writer's Workshop (Grades 5-9)
  • Young Rembrandts (Grades 1-5)
All Roxbury Community School summer camps are open to all Roxbury and non-Roxbury residents.
Spring Roxbury Community School Kids Corner

Garden Club at Kennedy School (Grades PreK-4)
Participants can attend one monthly session, two or all three of the Garden Club at  the Kennedy School Garden for grades PreK-4 after school in May, June, and July. This program meets rain or shine! These courses in gardening cover basic knowledge, technique, and practical skills for gardening in the spring and summer. This program is open to all elementary aged students. Transportation to Kennedy School must be provided by the parents if coming from a different school. Tuition is $90 per student per session. Register now here!

Young Rembrandts (Grades K-4)
Registrations are now being accepted for the next session of Young Rembrandts at the elementary schools this spring. Experience the colorful magic of fall in the Young Rembrandts classroom. Kick off the season with a graphic iguana, a video game favorite Pixel Block Character and the geometrical world of architecture as we draw the Notre Dame Cathedral. We'll draw these (and many more exciting lessons!) while we improve creative and critical thinking skills today's students need. So what are you waiting for? Tuition is $92 per student. Sign up now!
Registrations are now being accepted for the Roxbury Community School Preschool for the 2017/2018 school year

For more information about our high-quality program and to register for the Roxbury Community School Preschool, please visit,!

The Roxbury Community School Preschool program is a tuition-based program open to children ages 3-5 as of 10/1/2017 and runs congruently with the district calendar and is open to non-Roxbury residents as well!

Join us for a tour at 2:15 p.m. in Room 8 at Kennedy School on 
- Thursday, May 18th
- Tuesday, June 13th

RSVP required at
Roxbury Applied Music Program
Mid-Year Registration for Grades 5-12

Roxbury's Applied Music Program is one of the most celebrated after school programs in the region. Blessed with award-winning music educators offering world-class instruction, the program nurtures local talent, empowering students to pursue careers in entertainment well after graduation.

This is a district-wide program that provides a high-quality enhancement to classroom instruction. Teachers are all specialists on their instrument or vocal specialty. All of our teachers are trained professional musicians and highly qualified in their instrument of expertise. Private study is extremely valuable to the individual student and highly encouraged. Private study is offered as enrichment, NOT remedial instruction. It is encouraged for the complete development of each students' potential as a performing musician and/or artist.

We are beginning mid-year registrations for those students interested in taking private lesson. Once the form and registration fee are received, your child will be assigned a weekly lesson time.

College Prep with the Roxbury Community School

The Roxbury Community School is dedicated to helping students prepare for college through a few different avenues.

The Roxbury Community School has also partnered with Kaplan SAT/ACT Prep and Lentz & Lentz SAT/ACT Prep to empower students to excel on standardized tests like the SAT's and ACT's.

Click here to see what summer college prep programs are offered!

RHS Financial Literacy this Summer
The New Jersey Department of Education has mandated that all students are required to complete a course (2.5 credits) in Financial Literacy to be eligible for graduation. Due to the number of students requesting to take this course, we have decided to offer the class as an online summer course (we will continue to offer the traditional Financial Literacy course at Roxbury High School as well).

The course will be available to Roxbury High School rising juniors and seniors only during the summer of 2017. The course will begin on Wednesday, July 5, 2017 and run for approximately seven weeks. This interactive course will include writing assignments, labs, quizzes, and tests.

The final exam must be taken in person at Roxbury High School during the week of August 14, 2017. If the student does not fulfill all of the requirements for this class, no credit will be given and the appropriate grade will be listed on the student's transcript.

Click here for more information and to register!
Spring Roxbury Community School - Adult Programs

ed2go Online Learning
Roxbury Community School is proud to partner with ed2go, the industry leader in online learning for adults. With over 300 great online classes to choose from, ed2go offers something for everyone with highest-quality online continuing education courses that are affordable and easy to use. With hundreds of great online courses, from Creating Web Pages to Accounting Fundamentals, Speed Spanish to Grant Writing, and everything in between, it is easy to see why millions of lifelong learners take ed2go online courses. Click here to view subject categories and to register for popular courses!

Hypnosis Workshops with Barry Wolfson
Join Barry Wolfson for a special set of workshops for Smoking Cessation, Weight Loss, and Relaxation through Hypnosis. Each workshop includes hypnosis exercises, discussion, and an option CD for $18, which assists in reinforcing immediate results. Register now for one or more of these sessions on May 4th. Each session is $50 per person. Click here for more information and to register now!

Calendars, meetings and more!
Upcoming Board of Education Meetings

5/8/2017 - Workshop Meeting
5/22/2017 - Regular Meeting 
6/12/2017 - Workshop Meeting (Meeting at Roxbury High School, 1 Bryant Drive, Succasunna, NJ)
6/26/2017 - Regular Meeting (Meeting at Roxbury High School, 1 Bryant Drive, Succasunna, NJ)
7/24/2017 - Regular Meeting (Meeting at Roxbury High School, 1 Bryant Drive, Succasunna, NJ) 
7/25/2017 - Retreat (Meeting at Office of Public Works, Dell Avenue, Kenvil, NJ at 5:00 p.m.)
8/28/2017 - Regular  (Meeting at Roxbury High School, 1 Bryant Drive, Succasunna, NJ)
9/18/2017 - Regular
10/16/2017 - Regular
11/20/2017 - Regular
12/18/2017 - Regular
1/2/2018 - Reorganization

Location: Lincoln-Roosevelt School Auditorium (unless indicated otherwise)

Time: 7:30 p.m. (unless indicated otherwise)

View the Meetings and Minutes Page here
Check the Virtual Backpack
Here we will feature events of organizations, clubs, and teams throughout our communities that serve to enrich the lives of our students. This page is updated at least twice a month.
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